News Corp's Sunday Telegraph has turned 75, and is celebrating with a song.
In order to cerebrate the birthday of the paper, previous X Factor winner, Dami Im, joined The Sunday Telegraph journalists to record a series of radio ads.
The spot features the famous lines, Sunday isn't Sunday, without The Sunday Telegraph, as a tribute to previous ads used to sell the paper.
Editor Mick Carroll said: “I am incredibly proud of The Sunday Telegraph and all that it has achieved over the past 75 years. We continue to set the agenda in New South Wales, leading the way with our exclusive content every Sunday.”
“I would like to take this chance to thank all the journalists, photographers, sub-editors, production staff, digital experts, advertising reps and support staff who have contributed to the success of The Sunday Telegraph over 75 years. Without their skills, commitment and support we were not be where we are today.”
Watch the behind the scenes action from the recording of the radio ad above.
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